This quarterly, published 1974, summarizes Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr’s educational background. It discusses how her literary career became established through her works of poetry. It addresses the relationship between Dorr and Rowland E. Robinson. The two authors became very good friends primarily because of their admiration for each other’s works of literature. Mr. Robinson was honored that Mrs. Dorr reached out to him because their literature was so vastly different. included are Mrs. Dorr’s works that highlights the places she traveled to, and where she lived for specific periods of time. There is also a mention of the book review; The Literature of Vermont; A Sampler; by Arthur W. Biddle and Paul A Eschholz.